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1961 



YAMACRAW 



OGLETHORPE 
UNIVERSITY 

Atlanta, Georgia 



Paula Hotmann, Editor 

Eric ScharfF, Business Manager 

Charlotte Morris, Business Manager 

Mr. Leo Bilancio, Faculty Advisor 

Pat Griffin, Assistant Editor 



CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 

FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 

CLASSES 

ORGANIZATIONS 

ACTIVITIES 

SPORTS 

HONORS 

ADVERTISING 

STUDENT DIRECTORY 



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FOREWORD 

These pictures tell our story — 
Variations on an ideal. 

The ideal — that of achieving the true worth from our education, ot em- 
bodying the Oglethorpe spirit and allowing it to motivate us as we strive 
and seek for those things most valued. 

The variations — Sequence, Spirit, and Synthesis. Sequence as shown in 
the transmitting of knowledge from professor to student. Spirit derived 
from active participation in all school events and activities. Synthesis as 
depicted by the culmination of spirit and knowledge — the necessary con- 
stituents of the ideal. 



The editor and her staff submit this book as a pictorial representation of 
the Oglethorpe ideal. 



PROGRES 



Those symbols incarnate of man 
Variations on themes of reality 
Ideals progressed in dreams 



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ynthesise to form life. 

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The most that we have, our thoughts, our experiences, our hopes, and 
our dreams are symbolized by this book which we, the 1961 Tamacraw 
staff, dedicate to 



MR. LEO BILANCIO 

who we believe to be one ot the most inspiring faculty members at 
Oglethorpe. 

His friendliness and profound interest in his students and their progress 
tend to promote and encourage individual initiative and also to emphasize 
his own imaginative character. And, to quote Whitehead, "imagination, 
which is necessary to carry out the proper function of a university — the 
imaginative acquisition of knowledge, can only be communicated by a 
faculty whose members themselves wear their learning with imagination." 

Because this so aptly describes Mr. Bilancio's personality and character, 
and because he is always thought of with feelings of gratitude, respect, 
and deepest affection, we think he epitomizes those qualities which con- 
stitute the Ideal which we ourselves are ever striving to achieve. 





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More than 2,000 years ago the ancients sym- 
bolized learning by a torch passing from hand 
to hand down the generations. That lighted 
torch is the symbol of imagination — the imagi- 
native acquistion of knowledge. — Whitehead 



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THE PRESIDENT SPEAKS,., 



The theme ot the 1961 Tamacraw, "Progressions — Variations on an 
Ideal," together with the organization of this book, suggests a musical 
development. A college experience is like an important movement in a 
large musical composition which could be described as a more or less pat- 
terned or organized life. This movement or progression involves the rela- 
tionships of the climactic synthesis or awareness of interrelatedness. In 
a sense, this is the ideal of the university. 

The importance of this progression lies in the fact that no subsequent 
movements in the whole living composition will be the same, because of 
the influence of the "progression and variation" in the college movement. 
A senior once told me that in his senior year his courses, his intellectual 
experience, his reading, his relationships to other students, and his un- 
derstanding of himself seemed to fall into place in a sort of stable structure 
or synthesis. That is to say, the college experience seemed to form out of 
its disparate parts a meaningful pattern. 

It would be naive to assume that, in this dynamic society, a pattern 
derived out of college would be permanent. New movements, new themes, 
will be introduced in unpredictable variation. But it the college experience 
has been highly significant, it will at times appear, as in the case of a fugue, 
to overlie the structure of subsequent experience. 

To each the movement of college experience is rubato. To some it has 
moved its culmination in a quiet adagio movement. To others it has been 
allegro con spirito. It is our hope that for each student the movement may 
have had direction in meaning. 

In a world that appears fragmented, diverse, and at times chaotic, the 
intellectual and emotional experience in college may demonstrate the possi- 
bility of resolution of discords, of stability of motive, and constructive form. 
Recognition of this form sometimes does not appear during college experi- 
ence but as a result of post-graduation perspective. At Oglethorpe this 
should involve ways ot looking at oneself, at man, at governments, at re- 
ligion, at science and art in such a way that these separate elements may, 
with the help of books, teachers, and our fellow students fall into a pattern 
that may be described as "progressions — variations on an ideal." 



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Donald C. Agnew, President 

A.B. (Park College) 
M.A., Ph.D. I Duke University) 




George C. Seward, Dean 

B.A. (Amherst) 
Ph.D. (Tuebingen) 



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DIVISION OF 





LUCILLE Q. AGNEW 

B.A. ( Furman) 
M.A. (Du\e) 



WENDELL H. BROWN 

B.S. t Puget Sound) 
MA. (Columbia) 





BERTRAM H. FLANDERS 
A.B., MA. (Emory); Ph.D (Du\e) 



WILLIAM H. COHEN 
B.A., M.A. (University of Florida) 



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iUMAN UNDERSTANDING 





ARTHUR REILER 

B.A. iHeiv Tor\ University) 

M.A. ( Mi ddlebury ) 
Docteur de I'Universite (Pans) 



HARRY DORSON 

Institute <>/ Musical Arts, JSj. T. 
Study. Berlin, Fontameblcu, London 





STANLEY M. DAUGERT 
B.A , K4.A., Ph.D. (Columbia) 



INGE MANSKI LUNDEEN 

Study at Indiana University and 

Curtiss Institute Metropolitan 

Opera Company 



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HUMAN UNDERSTANDING 




GEORGE C. SEWARD 



B.A. (Amherst) 
Ph.D. (Tuebmgen j 



RAYMOND TOUBMAN 

B.Miis., M.A. (Boston U.) 
M.S. in L.S. (Simmons College) 




DIVISION OF BUSINESS 



JAMES R. MILES 

B.A., B.S. (Alabama) 
M.B.A. (Ohio State) 




WILLIAM A. EGERTON 

( University of AJort/i Carolina) 
(University of Tennessee Law School) 



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DIVISION OF 




LEO RILANCIO 

B.A. (Knox College) 
M.A. (University of J^orth Carolina) 




A CHEEVER CRESSY, JR. 

B.A. i Tufts) 

M.A., Ph.D. (Fletcher 

School of Law and 

Diplomacy ) 



WILLIAM A CARROLL 

A.B. (Brown University) 
M.A. (Georgetown University I 








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CITIZENSHIP 




RICHARD H. HAUNTON 
B.A., M.A. i Indiana) 




W. A. L. COULBORN 
B.Sc, M.B.E. (University of London) 



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DIVISION 




BERNICE HILLIARD 
B.A., M.Ed. ( Oglethorpe) 





ARTHUR L. COHEN 

B.A. ( Stanford) 
M.A., Ph.D. (Harvard) 



ROY N. GOSLIN 

B.A. (Hebrask.ci Wesleyan) 
M.A. (Wyoming) 



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DF SCIENCE 




LOIS WILLIAMSON 
3.A.. M.A. (Oglethorpe) 





GEORGE F. WHEELER 

B.A. i Ohio State) 
M.S. (California Institute of Technology ) 



J. KENNEDY HODGES 

B.A. tXK'off-ord) 

M.A. (Du\e) 

Ph.D. (J^orth Carolina) 



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B.A. (Hebras\a) 



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BARBARA S. UEHLING 

B.A. /University of Wichita) 
M.A., Ph.D. (J^urthwestern University) 



ELGIN MacCONNELL 

B.A. I Allegheny ) 
M.A. (}{ew Tor\ University) 



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EDITHGENE R. SPARKS 

B.S. in Ed. (Oglethorpe) 

M.Ed. (Emory) 



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B.A. (King) 
M.A. (Peabody) 

Ph.D. iHorth Carolina) 



GARLAND PINHOLSTER 

B.S. (]s[urth Georgia College J 
M.A. f Peabody) 



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Assistant to the 

President 





Norman B. Thompson 

Director of 

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Carole George 
Receptionist 



Carol Tucker 
Bursar 



Richard Brusehke 
Comptroller 






Raymond Touhmaii 
Librarian 



Ruth Lovell 

Manager 

of the Bookstore 

and Post Office 



Bill Malone 

Superintendent of 

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Registrar 





Elgin MacConnell 

Resident Counselor 
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Bernice Hilliard 

Resident Counselor 

for Women 







Jeanne Cressy 

Secretarv to t/ie 

President 



Jennine Murphey 

Secretary to the 

Dean 



Ruth Locklin 

Secretary to the 

Assistant to the 

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Lenora Baldwin 
College N'trse 



Sewell Edwards 
Campus Policeman 



Glenda B.ilowski 

Secretary to the 

Registrar 



Louis Nash 
Cajetena Manager 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President - - - Penny Jones 

Vice-President Pat Griffin 

Secretary Martha Laird 

Treasurer David Chesnut 

Parliamentarian — - - — - Dana Lou Howe 



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"ON THE ISLAND" 



Of our four years spent on these premises, the following is a slight record 
of those years that now become Madras memories fading into the con- 
glomeration of life. 

In one short year 

Wc survived orientation, Rat week, a cold hayride, our first final examinations; 

We looked forward to basketball games (in those days we became good losers), caring 
for Budda, Christmas vacation. 

We dreaded low grades, Mondays, financing our Black and White formal. 

We learned logic, what friendship could be, the value oi a dollar; 

We became Sophomores. 

We were hated by the Freshmen, loved by ourselves, tolerated by the faculty; 
We participated in projects, athletics, publications, clubs and committees; 
We sweated Economics exemption. Greek notebooks, our sloppy tennis game; 

We became Juniors. 

We grew academically, mentally, and in stature; 

We got sick, drunk, ambitious, serious; 

We spent nights with Ogg and Ray, dancing, talking, tailing in and out of love; 

We waited for Dr. Reser's test grades, kite dates, the long, hot summer of '60 to pass- 

We were Seniors. 

We had set our goals, had one more chance to prove ourselves, had come of age; 

We now know the value of the previous years; 

We said goodby to cafeteria lines, bull sessions, our last Oglethorpe spring; 

We shall hope we show our thanks to Dr. Agnew, Dr. Seward, and the whole gauntlet 
of faculty by what we do "on the mainland;" 

We have left things done and undone, our own special mark, maybe; 

We have begun other years somewhere else 

— joe soldati 



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Barbara Ann Baughman 

Bachelor of Arts 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Class Officer-1,2; Secretary- 1,2; Modern Dance Group-1,2,3,4; 
N.E.A. President-2; Secretary of A.F.F.-2; Cheerleader- 2,3,4;, 
Westminster Fellowship- 1; Social Committee- 1 ; Yamacraw Staff - 
2,?, 4; Homecoming Court-3,4; Duchess Club-3,4; Secretary- 
Treasurer-4. 



Belle Turner Bennett 

Bachelor of Arts 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Transfer, Mt. Vernon Junior College; Spanish Cluh-1,2; French 
Cluh-1.2; Pres.-2; Bell Cote Staff-1; Vice-President Merri- 
weather House-2; House Council-2; AA. Degree-2 ;Dean's 
List-.V 





William Louis Blair 

Bachelor of Arts 

Smyrna, Georgia 

Blue Key-4; Bur's He.id-4. 



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Frances Pasley Buttolph 

Bachelor of Arts 
Atlanta, Georgia 





John David Chesnut 

Bachelor of Arts 
Decatur, Georgia 
Transfer: Erskine College; Epsilon Alpha Sigma Fraternity- 1 ,2; 
Players- 1,2; Erskie Awartl-2; Student Government- 1,2; Pep 
Band-4; Co-Chairman of Assembly Committee-4; Treasurer of 
Senior Class. 



Murphey Roger Couch 

Bachelor of Arts 

Decatur, Georgia 
Transfer: University of Georgia; Basketball- 1 ; Phi Delta Theta- 
1; Basketball-2-3-4; Baseball-2,3,4; Varsity Club-3-4; Secretary- 
3; Blue Key-3,4; Parliamentarian-4; Yamacraw Staff-3,4; Bowl- 
ing League-4. 




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Nona Elizabeth Davis 

Bachelor of Science 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Transfer: Georgia Tech; Society of Women Engineers, Women 

Students Association, Gamma Psi, Ga. Tech UMCA Executive 

Board, "T" Book Staff. 





Franklin Wayne Dobbs 

Bachelor of Arts 

Smyrna, Georgia 
Basketball- 1,2,3,4; Tenms-1; Baseball-1,2,3,4; Class Offieer-2,3; 
Treas.-2; Vice-President- 3; Varsity Club- 1 ,2,3,4; President-3; 
Boar's Head-3,4; Vice-President-4; Blue Key-3,4; Yamacraw 
Staff-3; Vice-President Student Council-4; "B" 1 team basketball 
coach-4; Chairman, Interactivity Committee-4; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities. 



Sheila Louise Donohue 

Bachelor of Arts 
Transfer: Immaculata Junior College; Swimming team- 1,2; Bas- 
ketball-1; Secretary of Student Council-2; Honor Committee-4; 
Duchess Club-4; Newman Club-3. 




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Lawrence Edward Goodwin 

Bachelor of Arts 
Silver Grove, Kentucky 
Transfer: Brutan-Parker; Basketball-2,3,4; Baseball-2,3,4; Blue 
Key-4; Boar's Head-4. 



Patricia Delia Griffin 

Bachelor of Arts 

Tuc\er, Georgia 
Modern Dance Group- 1,2,3: Yamacraw Staff- 1,2, 3 -4; Editor-3; 
Assistant Editor-4; N.E.A.-1.2; Cheerleader-2,3,4; Captain-4; 
Social Committee-2; Class Offieer-3,4; Parliamentarian- 3; Vice- 
President-4; Duchess Club-?, 4; Secretary and Treasurer-?; Presi- 
dent^; Chapel Committee-?; Interactivity Committee- 3,4; Sec- 
retary-4; Dorm Council-3,4; President-4; Homecoming Court-.?; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. 





Joseph Marshall Harb 

Bachelor of Science 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Players- 1,2; Tennis- 1; Class Parliamentarian- 1,2 ; Rat Court-2; 
Biology Lab Assistant- 2, 3; Zoology Lab Assistant- 2,4; Botany 
Lab Assistant-2,4; Research Assistant-?. 4; LeConte Society-?, 4; 
President-4; Pep Squad-4; Treasurer-4. 



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George H. Harper, Jr. 

Bachelor of Arts 

Atlanta, Georgia 



David N. Harvey 

Bachelor of Science 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Transfer: Georgia Tech; Circulation Manager for Techmque- 
1,2; Circulation Manager for Air Force paper 1,2; Chemistry 
Lah Assistant-2,3,4; Boar's Head-3,4; Vice-President-4; Blue 
Key-3,4; Sec. -4: LeConte-3,4; Treas.-4; Student Council-3,4; 
Parliamcntarian-4. 





James Callaway Harvey 

Bachelor of Arts 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Westminster Fellowship! ; Humanics Association- 1 ,2,3,4; Social 
Committee-1,2,3,4; Saints- 1, 2, .V, Players-1,2; Chorus- 1,2, 3,4; 
Alpha Phi Omega-2,3; Viee-Pres.-2. 



Dana Lou Howe 

Bachelor of Arts 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Westminster Fellowship- 1 ; Modern Dance Group- 1,2; All 
Faith's Fellowship-2,3; President^; Yamacraw Staff-2,3,4; As- 
sistant Editor-3; Social Committee-2,.V, N.EA.-2; Cheerleader- 
2,3,4; Chapel Committee-2,3; Chairman-3; Interactivities Com- 
mittee-3; Duchess Cluh-4; Senior Class Parliamentarian-4. 







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Felix Harvey Hudson 

Bachelor of Arts 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Phillip Leighton Howell 

Bachelor of Arts 

Con lev, Georgia 
Humanics Association-2,3,4; Alpha Phi Omega-2,3,4; Executive 
Committee- 3, 4. 




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Sammy Gower Hudgins 

Bachelor of Arts 

Chamblee, Georgia 

Basketball-2,3,4; Baseball- 1,2. 





Janie Marie Hunt 

Bachelor of Science 

Jonesboro, Georgia 
Transfer: Montreat- Anderson Junior College; Basketball, Hiking 
Club; Spanish Club; Honor Court-4; Dorm Vice-President-4; 
Yamacraw Staff-3; Gun Club-3,4; Public Relations-3,4. 



Giovanni Ianniello 

Bachelor of Arts 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Newman Club-4. 




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Edloe Pendleton Jones 

Bachelor of Arts 
Manning, South Carolina 
Honor Court-3,4; Chairman-4; Toastmasters- 1 ; Treas.-l; Hu- 
manics Association-2 ; Sec. '2; Alpha Phi Omega-2; Prcsident-2; 
Yamacraw Staff-3; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities-4; Dorm Couneil-4; President of Senior Class; Assembly 
Committee-4. 



Ronald Richard Knopf 

Bachelor of Arts 
St. Petersburg, Florida 
Humamcs-1 ,2.3,4; Second Vice-President- 3; First Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Class Officer; Vice-President- 1 ; President-3; Alpha Phi 
Omega- 1,2; Secretary-1; Public Relations Committee- 1; Players- 
1,2,3,4; President-3; Saints-2,3,4; Stormy Petrel Staff-3,4,5; 
Yamacraw Staff-3, 4. 





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Martha Elizabeth Laird 

Bachelor of Arts 
Atlanta, Georgia 
Award-1; F.T.A.-l; Vice-President- 



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leader-1,2; Captain-2; Westminster Fellowship- 1 ,2; Dean's List- 
1,2,3; Modern Dance Club-1,2,3,4; Players-1; Social Committee- 
1,2; Honor Court-2; Yamaeraw-2,3 ; Duchess Club-3,4; Secre- 
tary of Senior Class. 




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Wilfred Joseph LeBlanc 

Bachelor of Arts 
Salem Depot, J{ew Hampshire 
Humanics Foundation-1,2,3,4; Players- 1,2, 3, 4; President-4; Al- 
pha Phi Omega; Yamacraw Staff"- 1 ; Treasurer of Junior Class; 
Goodman Hall Dorm Council; President-4. 



Edward Almond Leonard 

Bachelor of Arts 
Atlanta, Georgia 





James William Mann 

Bachelor of Science 
Conyers, Georgia 
Yamacraw Staff-4; Boar's Head Fratermty-4; Blue K.ey-4; Le- 
Conte Honorary Society-4. 



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L. Silas Moore 

Bachelor of Arts 

Atlanta, Georgia 

Players-3; Stormy Petrel Staff-4. 





Barbara Helen Olsen 

Bachelor of Arts 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Transfer: Carson-Newman College; Homecoming Court- 1,2; 
Calliopean Literary Society- 1,2; Radio Work Shop DJ-I; Har- 
vest Festival Beauty Court-1; B.TU.-2; Science Honor Fra- 
ternity-2; German Cluh-2; Swimming Cluh-2; Gun Club-3,4; 
Interactivities Committee- 3; Chorus- 3,4; Players- 3,4; Intermural 
Representative-3. 



Woon Churl Paik 

Bachelor of Arts 
Seoul, Korea 




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James Anthony Paredes 

Bachelor of Arts 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Players-2,3; Honor Court-2,3,4; Chairman-4; Alpha Phi Omega' 
2,3; President-3; Toastmasters-2; Literary Magazine-4; Stormy 
Petrel Staff-3; Blue Key-3,4; Rat Court-?. 





James Harry Peagler, III 

Bachelor of Arts 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Ellen Sculley Russell 

Bachelor of Arts 
Savannah, Georgia 




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Frederick Asher Schatzman 

Bachelor of Science 
Highland Par}{, J\[ew jersey 
Le Conte Society-4; Honor Committee-4; Stormy Petrel StarF-4; 
Photo Editor-4. 



Joe A. Soldati 

Bachelor of Arts 
Charlotte, J^orth Carolina 
President Freshman Class; Student Council- 1; Humanics Asso- 
ciation-!, 2: Alpha Phi Omcga-1,2,3,4; Chairman-4; Stormy 
Petrel Staff '1,2, 3, 4; Chorus- 1; Interactivities Committee-1; Lit- 
erary Magazine-2,3,4; Editor-?, 4; Honor Committee-4; Chair- 
m. in-4; Dormitory Bonrd-4; Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities. 





Ainslee Jackson Stull 

Bachelor of Arts 
Forest Par\, Georgia 



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Robert Bruce Tanner 

Bachelor of Arts 
Atlanta, Georgia 



Margaret P. Thrasher 

Bachelor of Arts 
Atlanta, Georgia 





Marc Stephen Weinberg 

Bachelor of Arts 
T^ew Tor\ City, A[eu> Tor\ 
Tenms-1; Parker Law Award; Class Vice-President-2; Gun 
Club-2,3,4; President-2,3 ; Boar's Head Fraternity^, 3, 4; Treas- 
urer^, 3; Blue Key-2,3,4; Treasurer' 3, 4; Rat Court-2,3; Players- 
2,3,4; Honor Court-?; Varsity Club-3; Student Government-4; 
President-4; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- 
ties; Joint Committee of Faculty and Students-4; Chairman-4. 



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Robert Alexander Wynn 

Bachelor of Science 

Hazlehnrst, Georgia 
Honor Committee- 1,3; Honor Court-4; Junior Toastmasters-1,3; 
Class President-2 ; Le Conte-2,3,4; Boar's Head Fraternity-3,4; 
President-4; Blue Key- 3,4; President-4; Stormy Petrel Staff-4. 




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Emily Anne Edwards 

Bachelor of Arts 
Wales\a, Georgia 
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SPIRIT 



SEQUENCE 



SYNTHESIS 



Seniors ]\[ot Pictured 

Allen Lee Ault— BA. 
Anna Lillian Crowder — BA. 
Sarah Isabel Katz — BA. 
Olivia S. Toubman — BA. 
Gary N. Wenger — BA. 




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CLASS OF 1961 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

President.. Dernl Gay 

Vice-President Charlotte Morris 

Secretary Joyce Gravel 

Treasurer Gail Walker 

Parliamentarian Jay Rowland 

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Jean Abbott 



Carolyn Alexander 



Margaret Blank 



Anita Buck 










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Nancy Burdick 



Norman Burgin 



Peter Butchart 



Patricia Cooper 




Benjamin Crawford 




Susan Dalton 



Barbara Dexter 




Mildred Effrain 



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Nancy English 



William Flammer 



Becky Floyd 



Derril Gay 






Bobby Gore 



Joyce Gravel 



John Guthrie 



Thomas Hewlett 




Paula Hofmann 



John Jay 



Janet Kennedy 



John Kuiken 




Ethel Law 



William Lawler 



Eleanor McGurn 



Robert Mallis 





SPIRIT 



SEQUENCE 



SYNTHESIS 




CLASS OF 1962 



Rosie Meller 



Patricia Miller 



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Charlotte Morris 



Hilda Morris 



Douglas Mote 



Gary Mullins 





Thomas Norwood 



Hernando Pantigoso 



David Peterson 



Martha Pool 





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Rowland Aviva Shwinger 


Charles Teachey 


Juniors A[ot Pictured 






Christine Boone 


Rose Bud Kent 


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James Borom 


Helen Larsen 


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Mary Bourn 


Carolyn Levy 


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Betsy Cording 


Benjamin Mathews 


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Gene Eidson 


James Millard 




Russell Eisenman 


Alfred Richardson 


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Marian Flynn 


Bobby Shumake 


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Joe Gable 


Rita Weisiger 


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Howard Goodwin 




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Paul Teachey 




Gail Walker 



John Warren 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 



President Eric Scharff 

Vice-President Terry Ingerson 

Secretary Mary Lou Anderson 

Treasurer Kay Kilpatnck 

Parliamentarian Johnny Griggs 




Wanda Crow 



Juliana Dorsey 



Lynn Drury 



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Travis Hames 





Judith Harvey 



Susan Harris 





Leighton Hiselgrove 



Mareia Hartrick 







Harvey Hisaw 



Martha Hoss 



Larry Hunter 



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Terry [ngerson 




Kay Kilpatrick 







Anne Latimer 




Jane Kinney 





Bert Levy 




Stuart Lynn 




Myrna McDonald 




Miriam McGlothlin 



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Patricia McMichen 




Steven McMullen 







Corwin Metcalf 



Elaine Mitcham 



Morris Mitche 



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Charles Moore 



Madge Mosteller 



Bobby Nance 



LeAnn Payne 






Thomas Phillips 



Richard Robinson 



Eric Scharff 




Rosemary Scraggs 









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Elaine Shiflett 




Judith Skiles 




Sophomores 


AJot Pictured 


Jean Arsenault 






Layman Kelley 


Sammuel Braswell 






Allen Long 


Harry Carson 






Wayne McCormack 


Sung Soo Chun 






William McDonough 


Donna Donaldson 






David Melancon 


James Egerton 






Eleanor Milner 


Edward Feldman 






Barbara Mouchet 


Veronique Foti 






David Platkin 


John Griggs 






William Simonton 


James Guler 






Robert Strom 


Alice Hamilton 






Jimmy Vaughn 


Billie Hamm 






Stephen White 


Norma Hodges 










Mary Bob Smith 



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Sara Mac Smith 




Jack Turpin 



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Lynn Sprague 




William Vajk 





Elizabeth Stafford 




Joanne Vanderbyl 





Alice Turner 




Yvonne Vickery 




Albert Wallace 



Thomas Warters 



Lynn White 



Thomas Winn 




SEQUENCE 



CLASS OF 1963 



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President Jim Bundy 

Vice-President Bob McMains 

Secretary Jayne Archer 

Treasurer Dennis Kerr 

Parliamentarian Hoyt Wagner 




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Andrew Akers 



Jayne Archer 



Peter Bacon 



Barry Bennett 



Michele Bernard 





Carol Ann Blair 



Mary Jane Bowman 



Jill Boydston 



Virginia Bremer 




Arlene Brilliant 



Jacqulyn Brown 



Wayne Browning 



Brenda Buice 







James Bundy 



Joan Burdick 



Gloria Clark 



Susan Coats 



Paula Coker 



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Daniel Cowart 




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Nancy Dempsey 




Sue Damianos 



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Kenneth Davis 




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Paul Donald 






Glory Early 




Larry Davis 







Sue Engle 







Ronald Estes 



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David Euhanks Nancy Fields 



Edward DeGross 




Stephen Figler 




Martha Gilreath June Goldsmith 



Jan Goodson 



Gary Grude 



Fatma Gulluoglu 



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William Hagan 



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Jenlyn Hamhy 



Peggy Hartis 



Phyllis Hynes 






Richard Hammon 





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Beatrice Hasty 



Betty Jo Johnson 






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George Handley 



Gary Haug 




Diane Jones 




Larry Harhin 




Anita Hoi Iowa y 




Dennis Kerr 



Roger Kitchens 



Diane Leonard 



Frances Leverettc 



Jane Lincoln 



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John Lipham 




Robert McMains 



Carol McTeer 




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Franklin Mahaffey 



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Jeff Lockett Carolyn Loughborough Brad McFadden 



Peggy McGill 






Oreon Mann 








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Linda Marable 



James Melton 



Mary Miles 



Howard Mitchell 






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Thomas Mitchum Jacqueline Murphy George Osborne 



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Lynda Papini 



John Parker 




Kathleen Payne 



Linda Robertson 



Jo Payne 



Carol Pound 



Conan Rudd 






James Pcndland 




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Barry Percival 



Margaret Pridgen Katherine Radcliffe 





Betty Jane Rutland Sarah Ann Sanders 



Robert Pittard 




Jean Rivers 




Laurie Sayward 



Nancy Schreibman 



Fred Scott 



Benjamin Sellers 



Robert Sexton 



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Scarlett Shenk 



Barry Silver 



Mildred Sloan 



Charlotte Smith 



Brenda Starling 




Orlan Swennes 



Joyce Tebeau 



Edna Thollander 



Judy Townsend 




Jose Trias 



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Hoyt Wagner 



Charles Vance 


John Wac 


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Freshmen ?S(ot Pictured 

Richard Bullard 
Perry Cash 
Grace Clark 
Frank Conway 
Theodore Currier 
Harriet Davis 
John Davis 
William Deal 
Everette Eisenberg 
Joan Fisher 
Robert Fried 
Howard Hale 


Bonnie Howard 
Renee Huie 
Patricia Knousc 
Julie Moreland 
Ira Morris 
Dan Neilson 
John Pryor 
Jack Tebeau 
Elizabeth Tomlin 
Elinor Willingham 
John Wolford 



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Mary Walker Rebecca Whatley 



Stephen White 



Donna Williams 



Peter Williams 




Dean Willis 



Patricia Wilson Sandra Wolsey 



Joan Womack 






William Wyatt 



Gerald Yates 



Janet Yose 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT OFFICERS 




Marc Weinberg, President 



The Student Government consists of five Executive 
Officers elected by the Student Body and the four class 
Presidents. It is the guiding and governing organization 
of the Oglethorpe Student Body. 



Wayne Dobbs, Vice-President 



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Lynn Drury, Treasurer 




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Sara Mac Smith, Secretary 





Dave Harvey, Parliamentarian 



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HONOR COURT 



"Penny" Jones, Chairman 
Mr. Leo Bilancio, Adviser 



MEMBERS: 




Robin Wynn 


Larry Davis 


Marie Hunt 


Janet Kennedy 


Ben Crawford 


Ken Davis 


Glenda Balowsky 


Ken Borden 




SEATED, left to right: Ken Borden, Glenda Balowsky, Janet Kennedy, Marie Hunt, 
Robin Wynn, Mr. Bilancio. STANDING, left to right: Larry Davis, Ben Crawford, 
Ken Davis, Penny Jones. 




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MEMBERS: 

Joe Soldati, Chairman 
Fred SehaUman, Senior Class 
Paula Hofmann, Junior Class 
Carole George, Sophomore Class 
Mieey Metcalf, Freshman Class 




SEATED, left to right: Paula Hofmann, Carole George. STAND- 
ING, left to right: Joe Soldati, Fred ShaUman, Mickey Metcalf. 
NOT PICTURED: Shelia Donohue (Senior). 



HONOR COMMITTEE 




CHORUS 




FRONT ROW, left to right: Nancy English, Martha Gilreath, Carol Ann Blair, Jo 
Payne, Patti Wilson, Linda Robertson, Gloria Early. SECOND ROW, left to right: 
Betty-Jane Rutland, Gail Walker, Mrs. Touhman, Anne Latimer, Martha Pool, "Misty" 
Tebeau, Anita Buck, Sara Ann Sanders. THIRD ROW, left to right: Conan Rudd, 
Ed Moore, Ken Davis, Jack Stull, Jim Harvey, Mr. Toubman, Director. 



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NEWMAN CLUB 



FIRST ROW, left to right: Paula 
Hofman, Secretary; Mr. Carroll, 
Advisor; Bonnie McGern, Presi- 
dent. SECOND ROW, left to 



TOP TO 
BOTTOM: 

Tom 

Wynn, 
Margueritte 

Wcisiger, 
Dianne 

Leonard, 
Mary Jane 

Boman, 
Paula 

Hofmann, 
Kathleen 

Payne. 



ight: Ed DeGross, Program Chair- 
man; Joyce Gravel, Vice-President; 
Tom Wynn, Treasurer. 




TOP TO 
BOTTOM: 

Joyce 

Gravel, 
Andy 

Akers, 
Jack 

Warren, 
Ed 

DeGross, 
Bonnie 

McGern, 
Nancy 

Fields. 




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ALPHA PHI OMEGA 



Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity, 
composed of college and university men who are or 
have been previously affiliated with the Boy Scouts 
of America. 



Left to right: Jack Turpin, Vice-President; Jack 
Warren, Sergeant-at-Arms; Lyn White, Secretary; 
Cabot Gupton, President. 







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FIRST ROW: Donney Donaldson, Jack Warren, "Butch" Handley, Conan Rudd, 
Lynn White, Jim Bundy, Barry Persival, Ben Osborne, Jack Turpin. SECOND 
ROW: Derril Gay, Ben Crawford, Frank MaHaffey, Pete Butchart, Don Waters, 
Charlie Vance, Cabot Gupton, Joe Soldati, Dennis Kerr, Andy Akers, Larry Davis. 



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Left to right: Anne Latimer, Jo 
Payne, Joyce Gravel, "Penny" 
Jones, Patti Wilson. 





ASSEMBLY 
COMMITTEE 



Left to right: Dr. Reser, Advisor; Dave Chesnut and 
"Penny" Jones, Co-Chairmen. 



LITERARY 



MAGAZINE 



The purpose of this organization is to 
give students, faculty and alumni an oppor- 
tunity to display their literary talents in the 
fields of poetry, short-story writing, and 
essay-writing. 




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Left to right: Steve McMullen, Margaret Blank, Anne Crowder. 



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FIRST ROW, SEATED, left to right: Kay Radcliff, Conan 
Rudd, John Wachstetor, Kay Kilpatrick, Madge Mosteller. 
SECOND ROW, SEATED, left to right: Benny Mathews, 
Wanda Crow, Anne Latimer, Sara Mac Smith, Beth Walker, 




Terry Ingerson, Sam Braswell. THIRD ROW, STAND- 
ING, left to right Lynda Papini, Gwenda Cannon, Barry 
Persival, Anita Buck, Larry Davis, Lyn Alexander, Dan 
Cowart, Mary Lou Anderson, Bert Levy. 



THE OGLETHORPE 
PLAYERS 



This group is organized to promote an interest 
among the students in the theatre arts and to provide 
opportunities lor all to develop their talents. The 
group stages three plays yearly. 



Anita Buck, Business Manager; Mrs. Uffner, Direc- 
tor; Bert Levy, President; Lyn Alexander, Secretary. 




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FRONT ROW, left to right Wilma Beggs, Bonnie McGurn, Jo Payne, Patti Wilson. 
SECOND ROW, left to right Joyce Gravel, Ann Latimer, Wanda Crowe, "Penny" 
Jones. 






ALL FAITHS FELLOWSHIP 




Left to right: Gerald Yates, Field 
Executive; Joyce Gravel, Vice-Presi- 
dent; Bobby Dexter, President; Wan- 
da Crowe, Treasurer; Cabot Gupton, 
Secretary. NOT PICTURED: 
"Chief" Edwards, Advisor. 



YAMACRAW 
GUN CLUB 




SEATED, left to right: Ed DeGross, Bobby Dexter, Pete Butchart, Joyce Gravel, Anne 
Latimer, Sara Mac Smith, Cabot Gupton, Virginia Bremer, Gerald Yates, Wanda 
Crow, Beth Walker. STANDING, left to right: Charlie Vance, Dan Cowart, Patti 
Wilson, Elizabeth Staford. 



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Wayne Dobbs, Chairman 



The Inter-activity Committee is a body set up to 
coordinate the activities of all the organizations on 
campus. It is composed of representatives of all the 
campus organizations. 





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FIRST ROW, left to right: Jack Warren, Penny Jones, Ed Moore, Jack Turpin, 
Ronnie Knopf, Whitey LeBlanc, "Pop" Crow. SECOND ROW, left to right: Arnold 
Baker, Howard Goodman, Steve McMullen, Lynn White, Ken Davis, Andy Akers, 
Jim Harvey, Cabot Gupton. THIRD ROW, left to right: Jackie Murphy, Scarlett 
Shenk, Bobbie Dexter, Janet Yose, Jeri Hamhy, Jane Lincoln, Gloria Early, Patti 
Wilson, Wilma Beggs. 



HUMANICS STUDENT 
ASSOCIATION 



"Pop" Crow, Advisor; Joe Gable, Treasurer; Jack 
Warren, President; Ben Crawford, Vice-President; 
Bobbie Dexter, Secretary. 



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2fe iitettw Jfetrel 




Dcrril Gay 
Editor'iri'Chief 




Terry Ingerson 
Managing Editor 



The Official Newspaper of Oglethorpe University 




Lynn Drury 
Associate Editor 



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Jack Warren 
Business Manager 




BUSINESS DEPARTMENT, STANDING, left to right: Bar- 
ry Persival, Advertising Manager; Robin Wynn, Circulation 
Manager; Bill Flammcr, Advertisement; Kay Kilpatrick, Ex- 
change Editor. SEATED, left to right: Jack Warren, Business 
Manager; Mary Lou Andersen, Secretary. NOT PICTURED: 
Circulation Advertisement Manager, Ben Crawford. 





JOURNALISM EDITORS: Janet Kennedy, News; Joyce Gravel, 
Features; Russell Eisenman, Sports; Lynn Drury, Associate Editor; 
Carole George, Society. 



Art Editor, Ronald Knopf and Photography 
Editor, Fred Schatzman. 



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As the student 1. taper of Oglethorpe Univer- 
sity, the Stormy Petrei seeks to report and interpret 
campus and non-campus news and provide an outlet 
for expression for both faculty and students. It 
expresses a liberal outlook on life constantly striving 
to stimulate thought on the campus. 




LAYOUT: Assistant Editor, Ken Davis; Managing Editor, 
Terry Ingerson; Editor, Dernl Gay. 





COPY STAFF: Sue Damianos, Lyn Alexan- 
der, Peggy Hartis; Copy Editor, Dianne Leon- 
ard. 



STAFF WRITERS: Gary Mullins, Silas Moore, Russell Eisenman, 
Larry Davis, Ann Latimer. Not pictured: Margaret Blank, Joe Soldati, 
John Kuiken, Ann Crowder. 



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Mr. Uffner, Mane Hunt, Joyce Gravel, Ann Latimer. 



PUBLIC RELATIONS 
COMMITTEE 



The Public Relations Committee works in conjunction 
with the Publicity Director of the University. 



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BOWLING 



LEAGUE 



The Bowling League, a newcomer this 
year, was designed for those who enjoy 
bowling for fun. 




SEATED: Mary Lou Andersen, Secretary; Kay Kil- 
patrick, Vice-President. STANDING: Bill Flammer, 
Treasurer, Terry Ingerson, President. 




KNEELING, left to right: Jackie Brown, Nancy Fields, Beth Walker, Kay Kilpatrick, 
Janet Yose, Gwenda Cannon. STANDING, FIRST ROW, left to right: Grant Mc- 
Donald, Joan Womack, Ed Moore, Phyllis Hynes, Anita Holloway, Mary Lou Ander- 
sen, Marte Pridgen, Bob Mallis. SECOND ROW: Terry Ingerson, Joe Harb, Bill 
Flammer, John Jay, Gerald Yates, Pete Bacon. 




YAMACRAW 



EXECUTIVE STAFF 
Paula Hofmann, Editor-in-Chief; Mr. Bilancio, Advisor 
Pat Griffin, Assistant Editor. 




ORGANIZATIONS 
CO-EDITORS : Mary Lou Andersen 
and James Mann, 



FACULTY AND 
ADMINISTRATION 
CO-EDITORS: Carole George and 
Margaret Blank. 



CLASSES 
EDITOR: Virginia Bremer 



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RUS1NESS SECTION 
Seated, left to right: Arlene Brilliant, Charlotte Morris, Eric ScharfF. 
Striding, left to right Peggy Harris, Donna Williams. 




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ACTIVITIES 
Left to right: Sandra Wolsey, Tom Phillips, 
and Barbara Baughman. 




HONORS 

Left to right. Linda Marable and Anne Latimer. 



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LIBERTARIAN SOCIETY 




FIRST ROW, left to right: Conan Rudd, Wanda Crow, Patti Wilson, 
Elizabeth Stafford. SECOND ROW, left to right: Jo Payne, Beth 
Walker, Anne Latimer, Butch Handley, Oreon Mann. 



This Society is composed of students who wish to discuss controversial issues facing 
us today. 



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SOCIAL 
COMMITTEE 



The purpose of the Social Commit- 
tee is to provide for the student 
body activities which will broaden 
the student's life. 




Jim Harvey, Chairman 




Jimmy Riley 
Yamacraiv Photographer 



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A candid glimpse of her students and 
what they do 



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the climax of Freshman 
orientation and the height 
of upper classmen's "as- 
sistance." The icy glare 
of the Rat Court, a maze 
of rat hats, and the off- 
key choruses of the Alma 
Mater— all of this served 
to forge the O. U. spirit. 






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The heights of ndieulousness 



the lowliness of Freshmen "rats' 




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COSTUME PARTY 



Unique attire amid a Hal- 
loween motif set the scene 
for a costume party spon- 
sored by the Newman Club. 




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Prospective students become 
quiiinted with life on the Og 
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of specially oriented activities. 






MY 



"My Three Angels," a story of three highly unangelic 
conviets' cavorting with a store-owner's family on Devil's 
Island, was the Oglethorpe Players' first production of 
the season. 



Madge Mosteller, Jim Edgerton, and Larry 
D.ivis portray the parents and fiance of de- 
mure Carole George. 



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Kay Radclirf, as the arrogant brandy-buying client. 



The three devilish angels", Sam Braswell, Bub Strum and Ben Mathews, release pet 
snake - - the result, an "accidental" death. 





Homecoming Queen 
of 1 9 6 1 

Miss Mary Lou Anderson 



HOMECOMING 



The first basketball game to be played in the new Oglethorpe University Field House 
was held in December, '60. This event was highlighted by Homecoming festivities. 
In the game Oglethorpe was victorious over Piedmont College, while Mary Lou Anderson 
reigned as Homecoming Queen of 1961. with her court composed of Kay Kilpatrick, 
Paula Coker, Judy Townsend, and Barbara Baughman. 




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Her reign begins . . . Joyce Gravel, Homecoming Queen "60 crowns Mary Lou. 



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CHRISTMAS 
FORMAL 




Oglethorpe students enjoying themselves at the Standard Club — scene of the annual Christmas Ball. 




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BOAR'S HEAD CEREMONY 



The Yuletide season and the warm atmosphere of the Great Hall provided the setting 
for the annual Boar's He, id Ceremony. Induction of new members, and the strains 
of Christmas music, followed by a candlelight reception provided the evening's 
activities. 





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LORD AND LADY 
OGLETHORPE BALL 

A traditional ball, reminiscent of the heritage of our founder's name 




COURT MEMBERS— Arlene Brilliant, Sheila Donohue, Joe Soldati, Pat Griffin, 
Marc Weinberg, Lord Wayne Dobbs, Lady Barbara Baughman, Jane Lincoln, Jim 
Harvey, Sara Mac Smith, Penny Jones, Gloria Early, Nona Davis, Dave Harvey, 
Jeri Hamby. 



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BLACK AND WHITE 
FORMAL 

Sponsored by the Freshman class, the "Black and White" was held at Robinson's 
Tropical Gardens this year. It initiated, according to precedent, the first social event 
of the Spring quarter. 







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BASKETBALL 




1960-61 




THE STORMY 
PETRELS 





THE CONCENTRATION 



THE HANDS, THE WILL 



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THE WHEEL 




BUDDY GOODWIN 
Forward 



TOMMY NORWOOD 
Guard 




A SEASON TO REMEMBER 



etrels 




Opponents 


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Piedmont College 




41 


60 


Georgia Southern 




48 


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Shorter College 




45 


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Valdosta State 




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68 


Berry 




34 


63 


St. Bernard 




51 


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West Georgia 




27 


68 


Georgia Southern 




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62 


LaGrange 




43 


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West Georgia 




46 


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Berry 




38 


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University of Chattanooga 


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Shorter 




45 


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LaGrange 




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Stetson 




44 


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University of Chattanooga 


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Pembroke 




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Valdosta State 




48 


77 


Piedmont 




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The FIRST ANNUAL 


OGLETHORPE 






INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT 




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Birmingham Southern 




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University of the Sol 


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DISTRICT 25 N ATA. 


TOURNAMENT 




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University of Tampa 




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81 


Stetson 




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JAY ROWLAND 
Guard 




Statisticians: Ken Borden, Tom Wynn, 
Steve McMullen, and Eric ScharrF 



MORRIS MITCHELL 
Center 




BOB NANCE 
Forward 



ROGER COUCH 

Forward 



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SAM HUDGINS 
Center 



WAYNE DO BBS 
Guard 




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JOHNNY GUTHRIE 
Guard 



BOBBY SEXTON 

Forward 



THE COACH 



Garland F. Pinholster 





THE POWER BEHIND THE PETRELS 



MOMENTS OE VICTORY 





MOMENTS OF LIGHTHEARTEDNESS 



MOMENTS OF CONCENTRATION 



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VICTORIOUS PETRELS 





PETREL POTENTIAL PUZZLING? 

How good were the 1960-61 Oglethorpe basketball Petrels? 
This is a question which will never be answered. After con- 
vincing victories over the University of Tampa and Stetson 
University in the 25th District NAIA playoffs, the road to 
fame was suddenly blocked by unheralded Peru State College 
of Nebraska. Morris Mitchell and associates gallantly went down 
to defeat in the first round of the national small college tourna- 
ment in Kansas City, Missouri. Most observers felt that the 
Petrels, who had won twenty-one ball games and lost only 
three up until this point, suffered a servere ease of tournament 
nerves which resulted in their ^ry, "wait til next year". 

As usual the Petrels were anchored by a stingy defense, 
but the revised "wheel offense" also gave the fans something 
about which to cheer. With Coach Garland Pinholster again 
sweeping Coach of the Year honors in Georgia the Petrels 
simply out classed many of their opponents although their 
performance in the national tournament was not indicative of 
their strength during the regular season. 

The 1960-61 Petrels will never know if they warranted 
the number four position that tournament officials seeded them; 
however, the cry, "wait til next year", combined wih the 
"Stormy Petrel Spirit" will be a basis on which the hopes 
rest for another trip to Kansas City. The Petrels and their 
supporters are anxious to show just how good Oglethorpe 
basketball is. Good luck next year! 

by 

Wayne Dobbs 





Petrel rebounding was impressive throughout the season. 



Tommy Norwood drihhles by opponent 





Pardon me, hut this hall is mine. 



Wateh those elbows! 



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Roger Couch scrambles for th< 




Tommy Norwood and Morns Mitchell were on the 
All 25th District NAIA Tournament Team 



NAIA Trophy Accepted 





Kansas City here we come! 




Action was fast and furious at Kansas City. 



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PAT GRIFFIN 

Captain 




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DANA LOU HOWE 



BARBARA BAUGHMAN 



CHEERLEADERS 




MARGARET BLANK 



DONNA WILLIAMS 




JACKIE MURPHY 





PEGGY HARTIS 



PAULA COKER 





SANDY WOLSEY 





PEP SQUAD 



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Front row: Patty Wilson, Con.tn Rudd. Ann Latimer, and Mary Lou Andersen. 
Second row: Charolette Smith, Carol George, Jo Payne, and Diane Leonard. Third row 
Beth Walker, Dennis Kerr, and Wanda Crow. 




THE SPIRIT 

BEHIND 

THE PETRELS 




THE 
SAINTS 



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FRANKIE MAHAFFEY 




JOHN WACHSTETER 



CABOT G UPTON 



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JIM FINLAND 



LYNN DRURY 





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TLEA" TEACHY 




B TEAM 



While the Varsity was preparing for a trip to 
Kansas City, B-Team basketball got its start this 
year as Oglethorpe continued to develop its athletic 
program into one of which students, faculty, and 
alumni can be proud. Under the direction of student 
coach Wayne Dobbs, the "Baby Petrels" completed 
the season with seven wins and eight losses. Although 
the record was not particularly impressive the "Baby 
Petrels" displayed an enthusiastic approach which 
has long characterized athletic teams of Oglethorpe. 

Accompanied by its own cheerleaders and a 
surprising amount of student support, the team 
went into every game to play defense and outscore 
the opponents with the same ardor and courage 
that their "bigger brothers" did. However, they 
found that spirit and courage alone do not insure 
victory. Nevertheless, these lads are to be commended 
for their part in making this an outstanding athletic 
year on the Oglethorpe campus. 




COACH DOBBS 





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JACK TEBEAU 



TOM WYNN 



B TEAM CHEERLEADERS 




Lej't to Right Phyllis Hines, Martha Gilwreath, Anita Holloway, Gloria Early, Jerry 
Hamby, Jane Lincoln, and Jane Archer. Captain. 




JACK TURPIN, Manager 



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TENNIS 



COACH WILLIAM A. COHEN AND HIS TEAM 




BOB NANCE 




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GARY MULLINS 



HERNANDO PANTIGOSO 




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DANIEL COWART 



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1960 SCHEDULE 

William Jewell College 
William Jewell College 
Piedmont College 
Piedmont College 
Berry College 
Piedmont College 
Jacksonville State 
Shorter College 
Shorter College 
Berry College 
Jacksonville State 
Shorter College 
Shorter College 
The Citadel 
The Citadel 
Piedmont College 






148 




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WHO'S WHO 



IN 



AMERICAN COLLEGES 



AND 



UNIVERSITIES 



151 




Wayne Dobbs 




WHO'S 
WHO 



This honor is in recognition of the merit and 
accomplishment of the student who is officially 
recommended by the Student Government and the 
Faculty Council, and who meets the requirements 
of the publication. 



Joe Soldati 



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Marc Weinberg 







Penny Jones 



153 



LE CONTE 




HONOR SCIENCE SOCIETY FOR SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS, SENIORS 



ADVISOR: George F. Wheeler 

MEMBERS : left to right, James Mann 

Lynn Drury 
Dave Harvey 
Bonnie MeGurn 
Robin Wynn 
Joe Harb 



154 



BLUE KEY 




NATIONAL HONOR SERVICE FRATERNITY 



MEMBERS: back, row, left to right: Robin Wynn 

Dave Harvey 
Buddy Goodwin 
Roger Couch 
Marc Weinberg 

front row, left to right: Wayne Dobbs 

Russell Eisenman 
William Blair 
James Mann 



155 



DUCHESS CLUB 

HONOR SOCIETY FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR WOMEN 




ADVISOR: Mrs. Wendell Brown 
MEMBERS: (Bac\, left to right), Martha Pool, 
Gail Walker, Bonnie McGurn, Mrs. Brown, Bar- 
bara Baughman, Dana Lou Howe. (Front), Pat 
Griffin, Shelia Donohue, Martha Laird. 



OFFICERS 
ADVISOR : Mrs. Brown 
PRESIDENT: Pat Griffin 
VICE-PRESIDENT: Barh; 
SECRETARY: Marth 



ara Baughman 
la Laird 




156 



BOAR'S HEAD 

HONOR FRATERNITY FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR MEN 




ADVISOR: Mr. Coulborn 
MEMBERS: (Left to right J, Russell Eisenman, 
James Mann, Lawrence Goodwin, Robin 
Wynn, Mr. Coulborn, Marc Weinberg, Dave 
Harvey, Wayne Dobbs, William Blair. 




OFFICERS: Marc Weinberg 
Wayne Dobbs 
Dave Harvey 
Robin Wynn 



157 




PLAYERS 
AWARDS 



SENIOR WHO HAS DONE THE MOST FOR 

PLAYERS: Whitey LeBlanc 

BEST ACTOR: Ben Mathews 

BEST ACTRESS: Kay Radcliffe 

BROWN AWARD FOR THE FACULTY MEMBER 

WHO HAS BEEN THE MOST HELPFUL: Dr. Stanley 

Daugert 



CHEMICAL RUBBER 

PUBLISHING CO. 

AWARD 

FOR FRESHMEN SHOWING 

THE MOST OUTSTANDING 

ACHIEVEMENT 

IN: 

PHYSICS: Ronald Gurin 
CHEMISTRY: John Lipham 
MATHEMATICS: Dennis Kerr 




158 




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PETER WILLIAMS 

BEN PARKER 
LAW AWARD 



This award is given to the student who exhibits the most 
promise in the field of law. 



WAYNE DOBBS 

DAVID HESS 
AWARD 



The qualifications for the David Hess Award are the 
winning of a letter in an intercollegiate sport in the year in 
which the award is given, and the promotion of the athletic 
ideals of Oglethorpe through participation and assistance in 
the overall athletic program. The recipient of the award 
must have the ability to face failure as well as success and 
must be a gracious winner as well as a gracious loser. 




159 



RONNIE KNOPF 

MacCONNELL AWARD 



The Charles M. MacConnell Award is given by the 
Sophomore Class to the Senior who that class feels has par- 
ticipated cooperatively in many phases of campus life without 
having received full recognition. 





GEORGE H. HARPER, JR. 

THE FACULTY 

SCHOLARSHIP 

AWARD 



This award is given to the Senior man who has achieved 
the highest scholastic average of any man in the graduating 
class. The award is given annually by the Faculty. 



160 



PEGGY HARTIS 

The Duchess Club Award 



The Duchess Club, Women's Honor Society, honors with 
this award, the Freshman girl who best exemplifies the ideal 
of an Oglethorpe student in scholarship and in campus ac- 
tivities. 







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KEN DAVIS 

Boar's Head Award 



The Boar's Head Honorary Fraternity presents this award 
to the Freshman boy who they feel deserves recognition for 
his scholastic achievements and for his participation in ac- 
tivities. 



161 



J&*' 




WAYNE DOBBS 

OGLETHORPE CUP 



The James Edward Oglethorpe Award for merit given 
by the Faculty to the man who has best realized the ideals 
of an Oglethorpe education. 



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MARTHA LAIRD 

OGLETHORPE CUP 



The Oglethorpe Cup is a merit award given by the 
Faculty to the woman who has best realized the ideals of an 
Oglethorpe education. 




162 




MARTHA LAIRD 

Sally Hull Weltner 
Award for Scholarship 

The Sally Hull Weltner Award is presented eaeh year 
by the Oglethorpe University Women's Club to the Senior 
woman who has attended the University for two years and 
who has aehieved the highest average of any woman in the 
graduating elass. This year the award goes to two women 
with equally high averages. 



BELLE TURNER BENNETT 

Sally Hull Weltner 
Award for Scholarship 




163 



June 4 — GRADUATION DAY — What Does It Symbolize? 



Each student receiving his diploma is doing so because of his initiative and desire for 
the acquisition of knowledge, of a knowledge which was sought to enlighten him 
about himself and the world in which he lives. Both have found their expression 
in long, tedious hours of hard work and study. 

All may not be recognized publicly. But as time passes each will recognize within 
himself his accomplishments and how he, too, has achieved something th.it is his 
alone and which will prove to be his most valuable asset as he faces the future. 
To the Senior Class of 1961 we express our congratulations and sincere best wishes 
for a happy and prosperous life. 

The Yamacraw Staff 



164 



A MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 1961 

Now that you have earned the grand achievement of an Oglethorpe University 
degree, you have only a moment to bask in its glory. The life you have chosen awaits 
you - impatiently. 

It is natural to look with some trepidation upon the unknowable future, hut we 
who have preceded you can assure you that your Oglethorpe education has prepared 
you well for what lies ahead. 

We welcome you into the ranks of the National Alumni Association which 
comprises many distinguished alumni in nearly all fields of human effort. We know 
that, in time, you will add to its stature. 

Our congratulations and best wishes go with you. 

The National Alumni Association of Oglethorpe University 




III 111 










VOGUE CLEANERS 



"Home of your dirty clothes' 



24 Hour Service 



748 Morosgo Dr., N.E. 



Good luck to the 

graduating seniors 

from 

ALEX HAIR STYLIST 

Alex dresses your hair 
in style. 

2025 Peachtree Road 



Student Directory 



ZESTO OF BUCKHEAD 

Foot long hot dogs our specialty 

— Remember— 

Wednesday — 6 hamburgers for $1.00 

Tuesday— 6 hot dogs for $1.00 

Two bargain nights 

a week 



3119 Roswell Rd., N. 



CE. 7-4260 



Abbott, Jean 47 
Abbott, John 5 1 
Akers, Andy 57,74,83 
Alexander, Lyn 47,77 
Andersen, Mary Lou 50,51,82, 

85,77,86,104,105,106,135 
Archer, Jayne 56,57,141 
Bacon, Peter 57,85 
Baker, Arnold, 51 
Balowsky, Glenda 57,70 
Baughman, Barbara 32,105, 

110,111,132 
Bennett, Barry 57 
Bennett, Belle 32 
Bernard, Michele 57 
Blair, Carole Ann 57,72 
Blair, William 30 
Blank, Margaret 47,80,76, 

86,133 
Borden, Ken 51,70,123,140 
Bowman, Mary Jane 57,73 
Boydston, Jill 57 
Braswell, Sam 77,103 
Bremer, Virginia 57,79,86 
Brilliant, Arlene 57,110 
Brown, Jackie 57,85 
Brown, Karin 51 
Browning, David 5 1 
Browning, Wayne 57 
Buck, Anita 47,72,77 
Bundy, Jim 56,57,74,80 
Burdick, Joan 57 



Burgin, Norman 47 
Butchart, Peter 47,74,79 
Buttolph, Frances 33 
Cannon, Gwenda 51,85,77 
Cantrell, Ellen 5 1 
Chesnut, Dave 30,33,75,137 
Clark, Gloria 57 
Coats, Susan 57 
Coker, Paula 57,105,134 
Cooper, Pat 47 
Couch, Roger 33,123,128 
Cowart, Dan 58,77,79,143 
Crawford, Ben 47,70,74,82 
Crea, Joe 5 1 

Crow, Wanda 51,77,79,88 
Crowder, Anne 76 
Damianos, Sue 58 
Dalton, Susan 47 
Davis, Ken 58,70,72,140 
Davis, Larry 58,70,74,77,1 
Davis, Nona 34,1 10 
DeGross, Ed 58,73,79 
Dempsey, Nancy 58 
Dexter, Bobbi 47,80,79 
Dobbs, Wayne 36,68,80,110, 

111,124,139,152 
Donald, Donnie 58,74 
Donohue, Sheila 34,110 
Dorsey, Penelope 51 
Drury, Lynn 51,69,82,138 
Early, Gloria 58,72,110,111 
Edwards, Emily 45 



135 



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What is Success 7 

It's struggling on with the will to win, but 
taking loss with a cheerful grin; it's shar- 
ing sorrow and work and mirth, and making 
better this good old earth; it's serving, striv- 
ing through strain and stress; it's doing your 
noblest. 

That's success. 
Best Wishes from 

L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

Office: 

3330 Peachtree Rd., N. E. 

Atlanta 5, Georgia 

Representatives: 
Thad Wilkens 
Ed Jones 
Hollis Britt 



Come in and shop at 



BELK GALLANT 



255 E. Paces Ferry Rd., N.E. 
Located in BUCKHEAD 



You get the advantages of both a 
national company and a local store 
when you shop with us. 



CE 3-8066 



CHEROKEE PLUMBING 
AND HEATING 



2945 Pcachtree Road, N. E. 

Atlanta, Georgia 

CE. 3-8893 



Located conveniently 
in Buckhead 



ATLANTA BUILDERS 
SUPPLY COMPANY 



Lumber, Paint and Building Supplies 



1700 Monroe Drive, Northeast 
Atlanta 9, Georgia 



Telephone: TR 5-7575 



Student Directory (Continued) 


Effrain, Mildred 47 


Hamby, Jerri 59,110,141 


Egerton, Jim 102 


Hames, Travis 52,140 


Eisenman, Russell 82,143 


Hammon, Richard 59 


Engle, Sue 58 


Handley, "Butch" 59,74,88 


English, Nancy 47 


Harb, Joe 35,85,80 


Estes, Ronald 58 


Harbin, Larrin 59 


Euganks, Lee 58 


Harper, George 37 


Falik, Buria 52 


Harris, Susan 52 


Fields, Nancy 58,85,73 


Hartis, Peggy 59,134 


Figler, Steve 58,140 


Hartrick, Marcia 52 


Flammer, Bill 47,80,82,85 


Harvey, Dave 36,69,80,110 


Floyd, Becky 47 


Harvey, Jim 36,72,110 


Gay, Dernl 46,47,74,82 


Harvey, Judy 52 


George, Carole 52,82,86, 


Hasty, Bea 59 


102,135 


Hazelgrove, Leighton 52 


Gilreath, Martha 58,72,141 


Haug, Gary 59,140 


Goldsmith, June 58 


Hewlett, Thorn 48 


Goodson, Jan 58 


Hisaw, Harvey 52 


Goodwin, Buddy 35,122 


Hofmann, Paula 48,73,80,86 


Gore, Bobby 48 


Holloway, Anita 59,85,141 


Gravel, Joyce 46,48,73,75, 


Hoss, Martha 52 


79,80,82,106 


Howe, Dana Lou 30,37,132 


Gresham, Effie 52 


Howell, Phillip 36 


Griffin, Pat 30,35,80,86, 


Hudgins, Sam 38,124 


110,132,153 


Hudson, Felix 37 


Griggs, John 50 


Hunt, Marie 38,70 


Grude, Gary 58 


Hunt, Mane 38,70 


Gullwoglu, Fatma 58 


Hunter, Larry 52 


GuptorC Cabot 52,74,79,80,137 


Hutson, Gayle 59 


Gurin, Ronald 52 


Hynes, Phyllis 59,141 


Guthrie, John 48,124 


Ianniello, Giovanni 38 


Hagan, William 59 


Ingerson, Terry 59,53,77,82,85 



OGLETHORPE PHARMACY 

"For all your medical and drug supplies . . 

Serving North Atlanta with 

EXPERT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 

AND FREE DELIVERY 



Take-Out Service Table Service 

CE. 3-5064 
Come In 

and Enjoy 

Pizza and Other Italian Dishes 

at 

PIZZA BY GIGI 

2421 Piedmont Rd., N.E. 

Opposite the 

Piedmont Drive-In 




Open daily from 
8:30 A.M. Until 10:30 P.M. 



2150 Johnson Ferry Road 



GL. 7-4436 



167 





Student Directory (Continued) 




Compliments of 






MONTAG'S 


Jay, John 48,85 


McGurn, Bonnie 48,73,80 






Johnson, Betty Jo 59 


McMains, Bob 56,60 






Jones, "Penny" 30,39,70 


McMichen, Pat 53 






75,110,153 


McMullens, Steve 53,76,123 




PEACHTREE ROAD 


Kennedy, Janet 48,70,82 
Kerr, Dennis 56,59,74,135 


McTeer, Carol 60 
Mahaffey, Frankie 60,74,136 




PHARMACY 


Kilpatrick, Kay 50,53,77, 
82,85,105 


Mallis, Robert 48,85,143 
Mann, James 40,86 


World's Finest 




Kinney, Jane 53 


Mann, Oreon 60,88 


Steel Die Engraved 




Kitchens, Roger 59 


Marable, Linda 60 


Collegiate 




Knopf, Ronnie 39,82,85,137 


Mathews, Ben 77,103 




Prescription Druggists 


Kuiken, John 48 
Laird, Martha 30,39 


Meller, Rosie 48 
Melton, Mike 60 


Stationery 
and 




Latimer, Anne 53,72,75,77, 


Metcalf, Mickey 53 






79,88,135 


Miles, Mary 60 


Fashionable 




Law, Ethel 48 
Lawler, William 48 


Miller, Pat 48 
Mitcham, Elaine 53 


Writing Papers 




LeBlanc, "Whitey" 40 


Mitchell, Howard 60 




4062 Peachtree Road, N.E. 


Leonard, Diane 59,73,135 
Leonard, Ed 40 


Mitchell, Morris 53,123,128 
Moore. Ed 54,72,85 






Leverette, Fran 59 


Moore, Silas 4 1 




N. Atlanta 19. Ga. 


Levy, Bert 53,77 


Morris, Charolette 46,49 






Lincoln, Jane 59,110,141 


Mosteller, Madge 54,77,102 


MONTAG'S 




Lipham, John 60 


Mote, Doug 49 






Lockett, Jeff 60 


Mullins, Gary 49,142 


ATLANTA. 




Loughborough, Carolyn 60 


Murphy, Jackie 60,133 


GEORGIA 




Lynn, Stuart 53 


Nance, Bob 54,12 3,142 






McDonald, Grant 85 


Norwood, Tommy 49,122, 




CE. 7-6466 


McDonald, Myrna 53 


127,128 


245 N. Highland Ave. 




McFadden, Brad 60 


Olsen, Barbara 4 1 






McGill, Peggy 60 


Osborne, Ben 60,74 






McGlothlin, Mimi 53 


Paik, Woon Churl 41 





FOREMOST DAIRIES, INC. 



CRYSTAL UNIFORM 
RENTAL SERVICE 



MILK 



ICE CREAM 



>7] 1 Piedmont Road, N.E. 



Pants - Shirts - Coveralls - Dresses 



304 Angier Ave., N.E. 

ATLANTA 12, GA 

TRinity 2-4751 

CHARLIE BRUMBY, JR. 



CEdar 3-9431 



Compliments of 




W. Peachtree St. 



TR. 5-4541 





Student 


Directory 


(Continued) 


"Pay Less - Get More" 


Pantigoso, Hernando 49,141 




Scharff, Eric 50,54,80, 




Paredes, Tony 42 




123,140 


at your 


Papini, Lynda 60,77 




Sehatzman, Freddie 43,82 




Parker, John 60 




Schreibman, Nancy 61 




Payne, Jo 61,72,75,88,1 35 




Scott, Fred 61 


HI-OCTANE 


Payne, Kathleen 61,73 




Scraggs, Rosemary 54 




Payne, LeAnn 54 




Sellers, Woody 61 




Peagler, James 42 




Sexton, Bobby 61,124 




Pendland, Jim 61,138 




Shenk, Scarlett 62 


SERVICE 


Percival, Barry, 63,74,77,82 




Shiflet, Elaine 54 




Peterson, Dave 49 




Shwinger, Aviva 49 




Phillips, Thomas 54 




Silver, Barry 62 


STATIONS 


Pittard, "Buddy" 61 
Pool, Martha 49,72 




Skiles, Judy 54 
Sloan, Mildred 62 




Pound, Carol 61 




Smith, Charlotte 62,135 




Pridgen, Marty 61,85 




Smith, Sara Mac 55,69,77, 




Radcliffe, Kay 61,77,103 




79,110 




Rivers, Sandra 61 




Soldati, Joe 43,74,76, 




Robertson, Linda 61,72 




110,152 


141 Peachtree Rd., N.E. 


Robinson, Dick 54 




Sprague, Lynn 55 




Rowland, Jay 46,49,122 




Stafford, Elizabeth 55, 




Rudd, Conan 61,72,74,77, 




79,80,88 




90,137 




Starling, Brenda 62 




Russell, Ellen 42 




Strom, Bob 103 




Rutland, Betty-Jane 




Stull, Jack 43,72 




Sanders, Sarah Ann 61,72 




Swennes, Roger 62 




Say ward, Laurie 61 




Tanner, Bruce 44 
Teachey, "Flea" 49,138 


CE 7-5432 










Best Wishes 


From 




MATTHEWS 


SUPER 


MARKET, INC. 



DIXIE SEAL AND 
STAMP CO., INC. 



Manufacturers of 

Marking Devices 

For Over 60 Years 



P. O. Box 972 



Atlanta 



STEVE SCHMIDT 



DRAIN TROUBLE? CALL 



ROTO-ROOTER OF ATLANTA 
SEWER SERVICE 



No Unnecessary Digging 
Only ROTO-ROOTER 
"Razor Kleens" 

24 Hour Emergency Service 
No Extra Charge 

THE ONLY NATIONAL SEWER 
SERVICE AVAILABLE LOCALLY 



DIAL 373-1262 



Compliments of 



UNDERWOOD'S TEXACO SERVICE 



4406 Peachtree Road, N.E. 



Atlanta 19. Georgia 



CE. 3-6651 
MAX UNDERWOOD 



169 



Compliments of 

and 
Best Wishes from 



LOVABLE BRASSIERE COMPANY 



2400 Piedmont Road, N. E. 

at Garson Drive 

Atlanta 5, Georgia 

Phone: CE. 7-1671 



DEKALB SPORTING 



GOODS 



1237 Clairmont Road 
DR. 8-7588 

Sporting Goods and Equipment 
of All Types is Our Specialty 

— PETREL UNIFORM DESIGNERS — 

Call on us for your sporting goods needs. 
Let us serve you as we serve Oglethorpe. 




BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY 

THE ATLANTA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 

864 SPRING STREET, N. W., ATLANTA 8. GEORGIA 



170 



Compliments of 

NORTH ATLANTA 
PHILLIPS "66" 



4200 Peachtree Road 

In Brookhaven 

Next to V.A. Hospital 

W. H. Christian Proprietor 




Sunday-Thursday 4:30 P.M. -12:30 A.M. 
Friday and Saturday 11 A.M. -2 A.M. 

THE PIZZA HUT 

3101 Peachtree Road, N.E. 
Buckhead's Finest 

Featuring 24 Varieties of Pizza 

3 Sizes; Small, Medium and Jumbo — 

Prices 65c up 

And other Italian dishes 

For take out orders: You ring and We Bring 
CE. 3-3505 

We also have your choice of beer in 
both glass and pitcher 



Teachey, "Stumpy" 49 
Tcbeau, Jack 140 
Tebeau. Joyce 62, 72 
Thollander, Edna 62 
Thrasher, Margaret 44 
Toubman, Olivia 72 
Townsend, Judy 62, 105 
Trias, Jose 62 
Turner. Alice 55 
Turpin, Jack 5 5, 74, 141 
Vajk, Bill 55 
Vance, Charles 62, 74, 79 
Vander Byl, Joanne 55 
Vickery, Yvonne 55 
Wachstetcr, John 62, 77, 137 
Wagner, Hoyt 56, 62 
Walker, Gail 46. 49, 72 
Walker, Beth 63, 85, 77, 79, 

88, 135 
Wallace, Albert 55 
Warters. Thomas 55, 74 



Warren, Jack 49, 73, 74, SO, 

82, 136 
Weinberg, Marc 41, 68, 110, 

153 
Weisiger, Margueritte 73 
Whatley, Rebecca 63 
White, Lynn 55, 74 
White, Steve 63, 140 
Williams, Donna 63, 133 
Williams, Peter 63 
Willis, Carroll 63 
Wilson, Patti 63, 72, 75, 79, 

88, 135 
Winn, Tom 55, 73, 123, 140 
Wolsey, Sandy 63, 134 
Womack, Joan 63, 85 
Wyatt, Bill 63 
Wynn, Robin 45, 70, 82 
Yates, Gerald 63, 79, 85 
Yose, Janet 63, 85 



Come In And See Us 



at 



THE FIVE PACES INN 



Buckhead 



Compliments 



of 



H. W. LAY & COMPANY, INC. 

4950 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard 
CHAMBLEE, GEORGIA 





1-1 



VAN'S 



Cleaners - Laundry 

247 Buckhead Ave. CE. 3-2133 

1954 Howell Mill Rd. TR. 4-7224 

3625 Peachtree Rd. CE. 7-3882 

Briarcliff-Lavista ME. 4-7515 

4208 Peach+ree Rd. CE. 7-6636 




BOTTLING COMPANY OF ATLANTA 



Compliments of 

BROOKHAVEN 
PHARMACY 

4005 Peachtree Road 

Serving all North Atlanta 
with 
Excellent Service and Fine Goc 



DEKALB NATIONAL BANK OF BROOKHAVEN 



Member of the Trust Company of Georgia Group 
and the F. D. I. C. 



4021 Peachtree Road, N. E. 



Atlanta 19, Georgia 



THRIFT IS A CARDINAL VIRTUE — SAVE A LITTLE REGULARLY WITH US 

BE BUSINESSLIKE— KEEP ACCURATE RECORDS OF YOUR SPENDING 

MAIL A PERSONAL CHECK FOR ALL YOUR BILL PAYMENTS 

OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT 
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